Beatrix Potter Gallery (Hawkshead) Reviews
Description:Address: Main Street / Hawkshead / LA22 0NS
Newest Review: ... as sometimes it opens at 10.30 so check if you want to plan a visit. The shop is open longer and stays open till 30th Dec ... more
Customer Beatrix Potter Gallery (Hawkshead) Reviews (1)
by - written on 29/10/12 (Very useful, 35 readings)
Beatrix potter gallery Hawkshead Village A22 0NS Lake District This little gallery like Hill Top farm, Beatrix Potter's home was left to the national trust by the lady herself. Beatrix Potter was not only very fond of the Lake district but was also very enthusiastic about nature and conservation and because she felt the NT would look after the properties and benefit from them as well she left both of these properties to the NT. This gallery was the law office of Beatrix potter's husband and this is the place where they met and fell in love. It is a small very cosy building and when visiting you can view many of Beatrix Potter's ... Read the complete review
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